Student Jobs

Students laughing in DrysdaleThe Student Employment Program provides students meaningful work experiences, opportunities to learn valuable skills, and income to help with costs associated with college.

Priority in job placement is given to students who are work-study eligible, but jobs are available to all students.

To Find Vacant Positions

  • Go to your myLC page
  • Underneath the Hornet Headquarters banner click on the “Jobs/Internships” tab
  • Once there, click “Current Student Employment Opportunities”
  • Email the Student Employment Coordinator at to notify him of your interest in the position. He will forward your information to the hiring department.

Federal Work-Study Program

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program is a federally-funded Title IV financial aid program. It helps students earn money to meet educational costs while providing experience relating to the their major or career interests.

  • The Federal Work-Study (FWS) award is included on a student’s Financial Aid package and is based on financial need and satisfactory academic progress.
  • Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility the Federal Work-Study program.
  • Students receiving FWS are given priority in consideration for campus employment.

College Program

Students not eligible for FWS may work on campus under the College Program (CP). The student’s earnings are paid with College funds.

  • College Program students will be notified via email when they may begin interviewing for jobs.
  • Once hired, a college program award is set up as part of the student’s Financial Aid Package.
Having a job on campus is amazing and it allows me to make money without having a job that interferes with my studies.
from Student Employment Survey
My job at ESA helped me get the most amazing job opportunity Summer 2013.
from Student Employment Survey
This is a great opportunity to allow students to gain experience in the workforce while they are getting their education. The skills learned here will greatly benefit you after graduation.
from Student Employment Survey